• Over the July 4th holiday, Oakland police seized nine guns, arrested 12 people and issued 77 citations for illegal fireworks. Some of the arrests were connected with celebratory gunfire, and police also responded to a sideshow near 42nd Avenue just before midnight Thursday. [Bay City News]
  • San Bruno police have identified two suspects and an accomplice in Tuesday's Tanforan Mall shooting, and one of the suspects, a 16-year-old, has been taken into custody in San Francisco. The second suspect, 18-year-old Deandre Lejon Gantt, also of San Francisco, remains at large. [CBS SF]
  • A second big earthquake — 7.1M — shook Southern California Friday night, one day after the 6.4M quake, raising perennial fears of "The Big One." While there's only the remotest possibility that these quakes could trigger some action on the San Andreas Fault, one seismologist suggests that they are always surprised by these things. [New York Times]
  • Monterey police arrested a man suspected in four different robberies over the last week, in which he allegedly used a toy handgun to demand money. The man was found living/sleeping in his car. [Bay City News]
  • The SF Mime Troupe's "Treasure Island" musical gets a review. [Examiner]
  • There was another protest on Market Street Friday against ICE raids and detention centers. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The body of missing Southern California college student MacKenzie Lueck was recovered from a canyon in Utah on Friday. [ABC 7]

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